Advanced Placement at Hylton High School

Welcome to the Advanced Placement Program at Hylton High School! This school year we are offering 26 courses at the AP level and 15 courses at Advanced or Pre-AP levels. We welcome all students who accept the challenge of taking a college level course at high school and being part of the AP program at Hylton.

2020 AP Score Access Schedule for Students

The day you’ll receive access to your AP scores is based on your physical location.
Scores for VIRGINIA test takers will be released on Friday, July 17 at 8 a.m. Eastern Time.

Get Your Scores

  • Sign in with your College Board account. Make sure it’s the same account that you used to register and enroll in your AP class sections.
  • If you've forgotten your username or password, recover them. Visit Forgot Username? to have your username sent to the email address used to set up your account. If you know your username but not your password, go to Forgot Password?.
  • Make sure we have your current email address. If you’ve changed your email address, update it in your account.
  • Don’t create a new account if you already have one. Duplicate accounts can cause delays in getting your AP scores. Sign in with the same account you used to register and enroll in AP class sections.
  • Visit Account Help for any other account questions. For more guidance and information, go to our help page.

Final Update on AP testing for this year:  

As shared in my previous correspondences in March and April, testing will be completed at home via electronic device. AP Exams will be given May 11 - May 22, 2020, and students should use their e-ticket to check in to their exam 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time to complete identifying information and wait for the exam to begin automatically.

Here are a few key things you can do this week to prepare for AP Testing:

  1. Familiarize yourself with the 2020 AP Testing Guide (pdf). This guide provides information on key topics including:
    • The AP Exam e-ticket (Note - you receive a unique e-ticket for each AP exam you are registered to take)
    • Five steps to take before test day
    • Understanding the test day experience
    • Exam scores, credit and placement
  2. Use the AP 2020 Exam Demo application (available beginning today, May 4). Within the demo application, you will be able to simulate the following exam day tasks:
    • enter personal information
    • review ways to submit responses
    • read exam demo question 1 and submit a response
    • read exam demo question 2 and submit response

    If you can’t access this demo, you will be unable to access the actual test so it’s important to troubleshoot any issues now.

  3. You are encouraged to complete this checklist (pdf) for each exam you take and keep it next to you while testing.
  4. Review the Explainer Videos the CollegeBoard has published for quick, easily accessible information about the test day experience, what you need to do to prepare, exam security and more.
  5. For students taking the AP French Language and Composition or AP Spanish Language and Composition exam, be sure to review additional information about your exam on this page. If you do not have access to an iOS or Android device for your exam, please contact me as soon as possible.
  6. For AP Art and Design students, be sure to review updated information on this page.

The AP Coronavirus Updates page has additional information for students including the AP online course schedule and AP exam schedule, as well as information on getting ready for exam day, taking AP exams, and the exam day experience. 

Thank you again for working with us during this uncertain time.  We wish you the best of luck on your AP exam(s) this May. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your AP teacher or me.

Sincerely,

Betsy Campagna, M.Ed., M.A.

Assistant Principal, C. D. Hylton High School

Center for International Studies and Languages (CISL)

campagbg@pwcs.edu